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12.22 A regression was performed using data on 16 randomly selected charities in 2003. The variables were Y = expenses (millions of dollars) and X = revenue (millions of dollars). (a)Write
the fitted regression equation. (b)Construct a 95 percent confidence interval for the slope.(c) Perform a righttailed t test for zero slope at Ăˇ = .05. State the hypotheses clearly. (d) Use Excel to find the pvalue for the t statistic for the slope.
Charities
Variables coefficient std. error
Intercept 7.6425 10.0403
Revenue 0.9467 0.0936
Could you please show me how to do this one.. I need a full example of how to work this one.. Thanks
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